The Church of the Epiphany is a Mission Congregation of the Diocese of Los Angeles.
The first meeting of the church was on the Feast of the Epiphany (January 6, 1980). We were nomads, dragging our "equipment" with us: the box with chalice, wafers, linens, Banner, candles, Gospel book and of course, the wine - adjusting to each environment. Our first real church service in a church was held in the Presbyterian Church, Westlake Village. We were given the opportunity to have our service at noon. We hauled our moveable feast, set up the cross behind the Alter and proceeded, that is until we ran out of wafers! Looking to the kitchen, in search for whatever would substitute from the stash we had brought for our coffee hour, we found Lemon Cake. The Bishop commented in the Episcopal News that at least the Lemon Cake was without nuts!
Our church building is unique in that it was built with the stained-glass windows in mind, no carpet for better acoustics and movable chairs, kneelers and alter creating a feeling of openness.
Over the past 40 years we have seen Epiphany grow in numbers and in vitality. We would love to invite you to join us as we grow, and work to bring God’s hope and love into the world!